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helical

[′hel·ə·kəl]
(mathematics)
Pertaining to a cylindrical spiral, for example, a screw thread.
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At the inlet slots on the side of the spinning chamber the air velocity was close to 0 m/s, and it was accelerated helically to around 0.5 m/s while approaching the air vortex rotation axes.
Helically grooved buoyancy is the result of a joint development between Trelleborg Offshore and Diamond Offshore Drilling to integrate vortex-induced vibration (VIV) suppression and drag reduction with drill riser buoyancy, increasing rig efficiency without compromising on safety or structural integrity.
Once the HTS tapes for the model cable were prepared, they were wrapped helically onto a former and had a semi-conductive layer, shield layer, and stress cones built on top of them.
The difference in the shrinkage of these two components leads to the helically crimped configuration of the wool fiber.
Based on the bacteria's morphology that is thin and helically coiled.
Mohamed [15] experimentally designed a grinding-wheel grooving system to create helically shaped circumferential grooves on the grinding wheel surface.
Tiwari, "Analytical characteristic equation of nanofluid loaded active double slope solar still coupled with helically coiled heat exchanger," Energy Conversion and Management, vol.
[4] experimentally studied the heat transfer performance of helically corrugated tube and got the empirical formula.
Mitchell presented the large-displacement analysis of a helically buckled slender beam and predicted that shear force and twisting moment are induced in helically buckled pipe without externally applied torque [16].
Theoretical estimation of the response of helically armored cables to tension, torsion, and bending.
FlexSteel High-Temp is a corrosion-resistant, high-temp liner strengthened by a helically wound steel-reinforced layer.
Images were obtained helically in a caudocranial direction through the chest after the peripheral intravenous administration of 100 mL of nonionic low-osmolality iodinated contrast medium (Optiray 350; Tyco Healthcare, Montreal, QC, Canada) injected at a flow rate of 4 mL/s with bolus tracking triggered over the main pulmonary artery at 120 Hounsfield units.